Idea bezpieczeństwa człowieka w wybranych dialogach Platona.

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dc.contributor.author Zgolińska, Ewa J.
dc.date.accessioned 2013-11-22T12:19:00Z
dc.date.available 2013-11-22T12:19:00Z
dc.date.issued 2008
dc.identifier.citation Doctrina. - 2008, nr 5, s. 217-225 pl
dc.identifier.issn 1730-0274
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11331/93
dc.description.abstract According to Plato the state should be stable, unchanging and therefore safe. Of course its citizens were to be safe as well as they should have a high sense of being secure. So, what is safety for Plato? It is a state consisting of many factors from which knowledge is the most important – the knowledge of authorities and the knowledge of individuals. The state of safety cannot be iden- tified with the state of peace; it transcends peace. Safety is a complex relation which on the one hand is a base for activity and on the other hand appears in the acceptance of limits. Plato’s understanding of the state stimulates to con- fronting the idea of safety with the idea of freedom. pl
dc.language.iso pl pl
dc.publisher Instytut Nauk Społecznych Akademii Podlaskiej w Siedlcach pl
dc.subject Bezpieczeństwo pl
dc.subject Filozofia pl
dc.subject Plato (427-347 a.C.) pl
dc.subject Philosophy en
dc.subject Safety en
dc.title Idea bezpieczeństwa człowieka w wybranych dialogach Platona. pl
dc.type Article pl


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